One Girls Crazy Outlook on life in Southern Maine

In December 2010 I moved to Southern Maine from a small town next to Bangor (Bangor is right in the center Maine and is one of the largest cities in Maine for those of you wondering if it's in Canada). Here are some crazy stories of outings, hikes, beer and just the general mayhem that is my life. Welcome. Enjoy. Love it.

Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Bull Feeney's Irish Pub

Location: 375 Fore Street, Portland Maine, 04101

Price: $

We are frequent fliers of Bull Feeney's in Old Port, Portland Maine. Whether for a drink, a plate of fries, or an entire meal, we have never been disappointed.

Bull Feeney's is located right in the heart of Old Port, and is within walking distance of many of the shops that are located in the area. The building is older, with a nice history that you can read all about while waiting for the delicious food to come to you.
The restuarant is seperated into two seperate sections, an upstairs and a downstairs. The upstairs has a small full bar and can be reserved for wedding receptions.  This room is also open at night on fridays and saturdays, because the crowd is huge.
The down stairs has a georgous huge wrap around bar with shelves upon shelves of alcohol and bar tenders that know a thing or two about making a good drink.

Bar at Bull Feeney's in Portalnd, Maine as seen in American Public House Backbar at Bull Feeney's in Portland Maine as seen in American Puiblic House Review

In addition to the amazing drink selection, they have wonderful food. For any meal that is ordered, you have the option to get free irish soda bread. The bread is good, minus the raisins. The first time we had an actual meal there I got a chicken wrap. It tasted great and was well put together with just the right amount of mayonaise that it wasn't overbearing.  The plate came with french fries.

The best thing about Bull Feeney's though... THE MIXED FRENCH FRIES...

This plate is amazing. It is a mixture is sweet potato and regular french fries. It comes with ketchup, and your choice of horse raddish mayonaise or curry. The mixture of the regular fries and the sweet potato fries is amazing. The salt the perfect amount and dipped in mayonaise or ketchup just makes it all come together. The plate of fries, which is actually a mound on a huge plate only costs $3 and is worth every single bite. I believe that you would be crazy if you didn't get this delicious appitizer when you go to Bull Feeney's.

I would highly recommend this place to anyone. Not just for the delicious array of food or the fantastic drink selections, but also for the experience in eating in a place with a vast indepth history.

So please, take a trip to Bull Feeney's and always remember "Lobsters love Guinness".

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